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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Manufacturing Functionality

With manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, you can streamline manufacturing processes and adapt quickly to changing demands to give customers what they want, when they want it.  Dynamics NAV has much functionality around Made-To-Order and Made-To-Stock Manufacturing in addition to Assembled-To-Order. Create and manage production orders and post consumption and output to the production […]

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Improving the Manufacturing Process with Microsoft Dynamics GP

Running lean and efficient is the key to competitiveness in manufacturing today. The primary concerns of modern manufacturing include plant operations, material expenses and how customers are serviced. Focus on these key elements should not be diminished because of concerns over gaining efficiencies from your business software. Microsoft Dynamics GP can really improve and manage […]

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Bluestar PLM: The “Missing Link” Between Engineering & Operations

Project management has evolved significantly with higher customer demands, increased technology, and the speed at which consumer goods are expected. Today, ETO and project management demands product lifecycle management (PLM) and ERP, such as Dynamics AX, to help enterprises manage, control, and link engineering activities with operations.  This sort of functionality exists, but finding a […]

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Exploring ERP: Enhanced Manufacturing Capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

In addition to enhancements in both Financial and Supply Chain Management, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013’s capabilities expand also into Manufacturing Enhancements such as Production Orders in which you can create and manage production orders, and post consumption and output to the production orders. After you have created a production order, you can calculate net requirements […]

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